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Microsoft’s New AI Hacker Tracker

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Microsoft set to release Copilot for Security AI tool to help cybersecurity workers produce summaries of suspicious incidents and identify hackers’ methods to conceal...
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ChatGPT Plugins Vulnerable to Threat Actors

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Software company Salt Labs reveals that ChatGPT plugins that let it interact with external programs and services have vulnerabilities that could be exploited during...
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New Approach Revolutionizes Quantum Computer Cybersecurity

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Quantum computers can solve complex problems exponentially faster than classical computers and are hailed as the future of computing; however, they are still vulnerable...
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China is Boosting its Cyber Defenses in Fear of Cyberattacks and...

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China reportedly intends to improve the data security of its industrial sector in order to effectively contain any “major risks,” a process that is...
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New Type of Cyberattack Uses Wireless Charger to Set Your Smartphone...

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Security experts from the University of Florida worked with CertiK and found a certain class of cyberattacks that could cause a smartphone to catch...
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A Cyberattack Every 39 Seconds – The Dangers of the ‘Remember...

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The Remember Me checkbox promises online users a convenient, one-time log in, but using this feature has various security implications. Research released by the...
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Experts Claim AI Safety is Rooted in Hardware, Not Software

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A major new report calls for the regulation of the hardware that underpins all AI ("compute") to help prevent artificial intelligence misuse and disasters. Several...
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Monitoring Online Terror with AI

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Social media platforms on the internet are constantly flooded with huge amounts of content, and this vast ocean of material needs to be constantly...
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Cybercriminals Create Malicious AI Chatbots

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Artificial intelligence tools for the general public (ChatGPT, Bard, Dall-E) are being widely used for many everyday tasks, but users with malicious intentions can...
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Can AI be Controlled? Expert Opinion

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Some experts claim that there is no current evidence that AI can be controlled safely. And if so, should it even be developed? AI Safety...
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Like A Crystal Ball for Brands – Predicting and Managing Virality

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Social media is an unprecedented landscape of opportunities and hazards for brands. One Tweet can make your brand soar to the heights of popularity...
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Can Hackers Hijack Flights?

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Flysmart+ is an iOS app for pilots to calculate aircraft takeoff performance, weight, and balance, developed by the Airbus subsidiary Navblue. It was recently...
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A Camera That Protects Your Face from Unauthorized Recognition

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Facial recognition is technology that can identify or verify a person's identity based on their face, and can be used for various purposes, like unlocking smartphones,...
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Deep Fakes and Identity Decentralization

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The growing trend of AI-generated content and deep fakes is making us lose our trust in the internet. Can identity decentralization be the solution?...
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Smartphones Can Spy on You Without Using Your Camera

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Smartphone ambient light sensors are used to automatically adjust screen brightness, but researchers reveal that they can be turned into cameras and used to...
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OpenAI’s Anti-Disinformation Tool for Upcoming Elections

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OpenAI declared it is going to introduce new tools meant to combat disinformation, just in time for the many elections that will be held...
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New Dangerous Cyberattacks Target AI Systems

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A new report by Computer scientists from the National Institute of Standards and Technology presents new kinds of cyberattacks that can “poison” AI systems. AI...
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Protecting Operation Technologies in Production Lines as a Market Accelerator Trigger...

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Written by Or Shalom OT (Operation Technologies) is in charge of physical operational processes for different needs in various sectors. They function as production lines...
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NASA Drone Test is Good News for Air Taxis

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Researchers at a NASA Research Center conducted a successful test in which they released several drones and let them fly unobserved to see if...
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What is Remote Encryption and Why is it Dangerous?

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According to a new report, some of the most active and dangerous ransomware groups in the world- like Akira, ALPHV/BlackCat, Lockbit, Royal, and Black...
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The Pentagon’s Network of Space Sensors Might Not Work

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The Pentagon plans to create a multi-layer system of sensors for tracking hypersonic missiles, but a new report released by the CSIS calls out...
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Computers with Brains? Brain Tissue on a Chip Achieves Voice Recognition

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Brain cell clusters connected to a computer managed simple speech recognition and math problems. This study was conducted by Feng Guo, a bioengineer in...

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